There are some out there who say that bands should sound the same on each new album, and there are some who say they should change and stay “fresh” on each new album (Tool, for example). Yeah, so Seether have mostly the same sound, same structure, same attitude on K&E as they did on Disclaimer. I say “great”. I like listening to Seether because they are Seether. The sound is about the same, but the songs are different. This album is a touch heavier than Disclaimer, which is awesome. But the lyrics are also better and the ballads are more emotional for the most part. How can anyone complain? Well, the fact remains that this is one of the few bands out there who’ve gotten popular and still, on their second album, sound like they recorded in a garage on most songs. But hey, that’s their sound and I love it, so I won’t say that it’s a bad thing. I would recommend seeing Seether live – they are just so energetic and powerful, plus you’ll usually get to hear a great beefed-up Nirvana cover (considering Shaun’s voice tends to sound exactly like Kurt at times).